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Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
50 terms
New World History and Geography Chapter 4 and 5
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
39 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
32 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
45 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Oil
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
What is the capital of Iraq?
Jerusalem
Is the most important natural resource in the Middle East tod…
Asia Minor
Baghdad
is Israel's capital.
Oil
Is the most important natural resource in the Middle East tod…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Asia Minor
73 terms
World Geography Chapter 4
the Suez Canal
The Straight of Gibraltar.
The Eastern Rift System
Mt. Kilimanjaro
divides Africa from Asia
Africa and Europe are only 8 miles apart at this point.
Africa's most dramatic geographic feature
Africa's highest peak
the Suez Canal
divides Africa from Asia
The Straight of Gibraltar.
Africa and Europe are only 8 miles apart at this point.
16 terms
world geography chapter 4
primary economic activity
subsistence farming
commercial farming
secondary farming activity
economic activities that rely directly upon natural resources
when people grow only enough food for their own family or vil…
the production of food for sale in markets
when people use raw materials to make new products of greater…
primary economic activity
economic activities that rely directly upon natural resources
subsistence farming
when people grow only enough food for their own family or vil…
18 terms
Chapter 4 World Geography
natural resource
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
fossil fuel
Raw materials supplied by nature
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
a resource that cannot be replaced
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
natural resource
Raw materials supplied by nature
renewable resource
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
41 terms
World Geography: Chapter 4 Terms
culture
society
ethnic group
innovation
the total knowledge, attitudes and behavior shared by and pas…
a group that shares a geographic region, a common language an…
a group of people who share language, customs and a common he…
taking existing elements of society and creating something ne…
culture
the total knowledge, attitudes and behavior shared by and pas…
society
a group that shares a geographic region, a common language an…
39 terms
New World History & Geography chapter 4 Checkup
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
12 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
36 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
World History and Geography -Chapter 4: Greece
Terrain of Greece
Minoans
Minotaur and Bulls
Mycenaeans
mountainous peninsula and numerous islands that accompany 50,…
Civilization in the eastern Mediterranean that flourished fro…
Minoans were obsessed with bulls and sacrificed them to the G…
Part of the Indo-European family. Entered Greece around 1900…
Terrain of Greece
mountainous peninsula and numerous islands that accompany 50,…
Minoans
Civilization in the eastern Mediterranean that flourished fro…
19 terms
abeka old world history and geography chapter 4
City of Peace
National Water Carrier
1984
David Ben-Gurion
Jerusalem
central pipeline of Israel's vast and efficient system of irr…
Jews returned to the land and the modern state of Israel was…
the first prime minister
City of Peace
Jerusalem
National Water Carrier
central pipeline of Israel's vast and efficient system of irr…
Chapter 4 World Geography
natural resource
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
fossil fuel
Raw materials supplied by nature
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
a resource that cannot be replaced
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
natural resource
Raw materials supplied by nature
renewable resource
A resource or raw material that can be grown and replaced.
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
46 terms
Chapter 4 World History + Geography
hapsburg empire
charles V
philip II
absolute monarch
included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands
ruler of the Holy Roman Empire
he expanded Spanish influence, strengthened the Catholic Chur…
a ruler with complete authority over the government and the l…
hapsburg empire
included the Holy Roman Empire and the Netherlands
charles V
ruler of the Holy Roman Empire
38 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
World Geography Chapter 4:1 World Population
Death rate
Birth rate
Natural increase
Doubling time
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate - Death rate= Natural increase
time necessary for a population to double
Death rate
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
14 terms
World Geography Chapter 4:1 World Population
Death rate
Birth rate
Natural increase
Doubling time
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate - Death rate= Natural increase
time necessary for a population to double
Death rate
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
6 terms
McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 4
Greek Religion
Greek Drama
Greek Philosophy
Socrates
It is polytheistic and the Greeks considered it necessary for…
The Greeks created it as we know it today. First plays were t…
Philo ~~ "love of wisdom"... Critical or rational thinking about…
Created the Socratic Method which used questions and answers…
Greek Religion
It is polytheistic and the Greeks considered it necessary for…
Greek Drama
The Greeks created it as we know it today. First plays were t…
52 terms
World Geography Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Culture
Society
Ethnic ... Group
Innovation
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
A group that shares a geographic region, a sense of identity…
Refers to a specific group that shares a language, customs, a…
To take existing technology and resources and create somethin…
Culture
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
Society
A group that shares a geographic region, a sense of identity…
32 terms
World Geography Chapter 4
Aztec
Biodiversity
Buffer state
Cacao
A member of a Nahuatl speaking state in central Mexico that w…
Diversity among and within plant and animal species in an env…
A nation lying between potentially hostile larger nations.
A small tropical American evergreen tree, Theobroma cacoa, cu…
Aztec
A member of a Nahuatl speaking state in central Mexico that w…
Biodiversity
Diversity among and within plant and animal species in an env…
31 terms
Cultural Geography Chapter 4 The Human World
birthrate
death rate
natural rate of increase
migration
the number of births per year for every 1,000 people
the number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people
the growth rate of a population; the difference between birth…
the movement of people from place to place
birthrate
the number of births per year for every 1,000 people
death rate
the number of deaths per year for every 1,000 people
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
8 terms
World History - Chapter 4
Siddhartha Gautama
Confucius
Shi Huangdi
Han Dynasty
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
China's most influential philospher
unified China & built The Great Wall
dynasty in China responsible for the Silk Road
Siddhartha Gautama
Buddhism's founder (also known as the Buddha)
Confucius
China's most influential philospher
12 terms
McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 2
Polis
Acropolis
Agora
Hoplites
A city-state, which was the central focus of Greek life
A fortified area at the top of a hill and was the central mee…
An open-air area that could serve as a marketplace or a place…
Heavily-armed foot soldiers who go into battle as a unit in a…
Polis
A city-state, which was the central focus of Greek life
Acropolis
A fortified area at the top of a hill and was the central mee…
14 terms
World Geography Chapter 4:1 World Population
Death rate
Birth rate
Natural increase
Doubling time
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate - Death rate= Natural increase
time necessary for a population to double
Death rate
the number of deaths per year for every 1000 persons
Birth rate
the number of births per year for every 1000 persons
Geography & World History (Chapter 4) Vocabulary
Culture
Diffusion
Cultural Hearth
Religion
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
The spread of ideas, inventions, or patterns of behavior to d…
The heartland or place of origin of a major culture; a site o…
The belief in a supernatural power or powers that are regarde…
Culture
The total of knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors shared by an…
Diffusion
The spread of ideas, inventions, or patterns of behavior to d…
New World History and Geography - Chapter 4
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
Piedmont Plateau
the most prominent landform in eastern North America; a syste…
pioneer families passed through on their way west; an example…
the largest known underground cave system in the world; found…
slopes from the eastern edge of the Appalachians down to the…
Appalachian Mountains
the most prominent landform in eastern North America; a syste…
Cumberland Gap
pioneer families passed through on their way west; an example…
World Geography: Chapter 4
birthrate
death rate
natural increase
migration
the number of births per 1,000 people
the number of deaths per 1,000 people
the growth rate of a population (the difference between the a…
the movement of people from one place to another
birthrate
the number of births per 1,000 people
death rate
the number of deaths per 1,000 people
7 terms
McGraw Hill World History and Geography Chapter#4 Lesson 3
Greco-Persian Wars
Battle of Marathon
Battle of Thermopylae
Battle of Salamis
Caused by the unsuccessful attempt for Ionian city states to…
Athenian army wins over the Persian army, even though they we…
The Greeks held off the Persian army for two days and were la…
The Greek fleets defeat the Persian navy although outnumbered…
Greco-Persian Wars
Caused by the unsuccessful attempt for Ionian city states to…
Battle of Marathon
Athenian army wins over the Persian army, even though they we…
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
42 terms
New World History & Geography Chapter 4
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
US
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
US
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
OLD WORLD HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY CHAPTER4
oil
fertile
Turkey
plateau
The most important natural resource in the Middle East today.
Able to grow crops
Located on the peninsula of Asia Minor
An area of high, level land
oil
The most important natural resource in the Middle East today.
fertile
Able to grow crops
95 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
33 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Old World History and Geography Chapter 4 "Middle East Today"
Arabian Peninsula
Sinai Peninsula
Asia Minor
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, As…
Largest peninsula in the world
Triangular shaped peninsula where the children of Israel wand…
Home of modern day Turkey
The three peninsulas of the Middle East
Arabian Peninsula
Largest peninsula in the world
Sinai Peninsula
Triangular shaped peninsula where the children of Israel wand…
World Geography: Chapter 4 Terms
culture
society
ethnic group
innovation
the total knowledge, attitudes and behavior shared by and pas…
a group that shares a geographic region, a common language an…
a group of people who share language, customs and a common he…
taking existing elements of society and creating something ne…
culture
the total knowledge, attitudes and behavior shared by and pas…
society
a group that shares a geographic region, a common language an…
39 terms
New World History & Geography chapter 4 Checkup
What is the fourth largest country in…
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Name the mountain pass used by settler…
What is the largest known underground…
United States
Appalachian Mountains
Cumberland Gap
Mammoth Cave
What is the fourth largest country in…
United States
Name the system of low mountain ranges…
Appalachian Mountains
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4 (5th grade)
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
What are the three most influential re…
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Islam, Judaism, Christianity
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Asia Minor Peninsula
23 terms
World Geography Chapter 4
Negative population growth
Metropolitan areas
Culture hearths are places where
How many people currently live on Earth?
When the death rate is higher than the birthrate
Cities and their surrounding urbanized areas
early centers of civilization influenced their surroundings
7 billon
Negative population growth
When the death rate is higher than the birthrate
Metropolitan areas
Cities and their surrounding urbanized areas
39 terms
Old World History & Geography: Chapter 4
oil
Henry Martyn
fertile
plateaus
the most important natural resource in the Middle East today
a famous missionary to the Middle East
land that is able to grow crops
areas of high, level land
oil
the most important natural resource in the Middle East today
Henry Martyn
a famous missionary to the Middle East
32 terms
New world history and geography Chapter 4
United States
Atlantic Ocean
Mammoth Cave
Cumberland Gap
Fourth largest country in the world
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
Largest underground cave system in the world.
Name of the famous narrow passageway between mountains that p…
United States
Fourth largest country in the world
Atlantic Ocean
World's second largest Ocean; also the saltiest.
94 terms
Old World History & Geography Chapter 4
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Which peninsula is called Turkey today?
Mount Ararat
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
Asia Minor Peninsula
The second-highest mountain in the Middle East where Noah's A…
Name the three peninsulas of the Middl…
Arabian Peninsula, Sinai Peninsula, and... Asia Minor Peninsula
Which peninsula is the largest in the…
Arabian Peninsula
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